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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction Landbeach and Milton c. 1800

    ., XXXV /121 sqq. Cf. Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , 104 sqq., 128-9. V.C.H. Cambs . i. 396. Cf. P.N. Cambs . (E.P.N.S.), 179; B.L. Cott . MS. Tib. B. ii, f. 245v. Ravensdale , Liable to Floods ,

    Cottenham Economic history

    is discussed in Ravensdale , Liable to Floods . Ibid. 97. P.R.O., CP 25(1)/25/36, no. 2. Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , pp. xii, 96-8; Feet of Fines (Rec. Com.), i. 302; P.R.O., CP 25(1)/23/12, no. 16. Ravensdale , Liable

    Cottenham Introduction Cottenham and Westwick c. 1845

    Ms. 5011 (pt. 1), f. 40v., pt. printed in Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , 10, 28-9. Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , 46; cf. Camd. Misc . xii. 236. Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , 29-32. B.L. Harl .

    Landbeach Church

    5909, f. IV.; C.R.O., P 104/3/7 (1). C.R.O., Q/RDz 7, p. 44. For the rectory house, Clay, Landbeach , 89-92; Ravensdale , Liable to Floods , 146-9; idem, Domesday Inheritance , 120-7 with illus. Clay, Landbeach , 52. Ibid. 53.

    Landbeach Economic history

    (accts. 19-20, 21-23, 26- 27 Edw. III ). Extracts in Ravensdale , Domesday Inheritance , 50-5. C.C.C. Mun ., XXXV /121, 5, 18, 21 Edw. III . Part printed in Ravensdale , op. cit. 34. Para. based on accts. cited

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1594, 01 June 1594-30 June 1594

    Henry Pinner, armourer. 3 wood horses to dress armour on; 2 pair "platesheires"; 1 pair "nippers." In the storehouse called Ravensdale, in the lower room. 174 "crosbarre" shot; 5388 round shot of iron [various ] ; 6 stone shot; 41 Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons, O-R

    a . Raunce (? if Rannce), Mr. Raven , Jn. a . Ravencrofte (-afte), Mr. a ; Jas. a . Ravensdale , Jn. a . Rawdon , Capt. Marm. a ; Rob. Rawlett , Livewell Rawlins (-ngs), Mr. a ,

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Botolph, Aldgate

    Cornelius, 2 houses 10 Widow Marshall 3 John Awgar 2 Andrew Wilkinson 5 Josias Foster 5 Edmond Perrin 5 John Ravensdale 3 Thos. Stephens 5 £170 M.S. p. 373. Robt Cox 4 Jeremie Hall 5 Henry Pennington 4 Peter Johnson

    Henry VIII, July 1538, 26-31, 01 July 1538-31 July 1538

    Peak ; mastership of the forests of Duffelfryth, & c.; custody of the parks of Castelhay, Staff., and Morley and Ravensdale, Derbysh., and mastership of the game in these counties; in survivorship, by letters patent dated London, 18 Nov. 21

    Index, R, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    -, letter to, 2154. Rankyn , Hugh, mayor of Cambridge, p. 1534: g. 289 (31), 1221 (21). Rannysdale . See Ravensdale. Ransay . See Ramsay. Ranston (Randeleston), Dors. [in Iwerne Courteney ] , 438 (4 m. 21). Ranton (Raneton), Chr.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORTESCUE, William Charles (1764-1829), of Ravensdale Park, co. Louth.

    Charles (1764-1829), of Ravensdale Park, co. Louth. Constituency Dates Co Louth 1801 30 Sept. 1806 Ofifces Held Cornet 18 Drag. 1781; lt. 51 Ft. 1782, 34 Ft. 1786, capt. 1792; capt. 1 Ft. Gds. 1793, maj. 1794, lt.-col. half-pay 1800,

    COKAYNE, Sir Thomas (1520-92), of Ashbourne, Derbys.

    to inquire into Jesuits and seminarists in 1585, 1592; sheriff, Notts. and Derbys. 1549-50, 1559-60, Derbys. 1569-70, 1579-80, 1585-6; keeper, Ravensdale park, Derbys. May 1553, collector for loan, Derbys. 1562; steward, manors of Ashbourne and Hartington by 1590. Biography The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conroy, sugar basin and tongs; Mr. & Mrs. Clapham, Cheadleholme, egg stand and spoons; Mr. & Mrs. D. S. Davies, Ravensdale, silver entree dish; Miss Mary Davies, 18, Cecil Street, 2 china vases and moustache cup; Mrs. & Mrs. Dutton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LorUTH.-There is a rumour that Mr Chester intends to retire from the representation of Louth, and that Mr Fortescue, of Ravensdale, a young gentleman of large pos- sessions, and a thorough Liberal, will offer himself to the electors.-Dublinl Evening Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sum of 501. collected for the purpose of having the hellish project carried into execution. M r Fortescue drove from Ravensdale park on Thursday, to the union workhouse, near Dundalk, a distance of five miles, guarded in his carriage by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the House of Lords, in answer to the speech from the throne. Mr Fortescue, of Ravensdale park, is to be created an Irish Peer by the title of Lord Clermont. The Queen has granted permission to Professor Owen to reside Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rand. Rev. Edgar H.-Places and Facts in Physical and Political Geovraphy. (Fcap. 8vo, pp. vi, 102, is.) Lockwood and Co. Ravensdale. A Novel. In Three Volumes. (Crown 8vo, pp. 286, 277, 263, 3ls. 6d.) Samuel Tinsley. 1"flush. Pichard-Residence at the Subscribers-only content

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